The #AskASocerPro show is a Live video podcast where 11 year MLS vet and Mental Strength Coach Quincy Amarikwa dives into the mentalities of highly successful individuals both on and off the pitch. In this weeks episode Quincy goes over How to stand out, advice on teammates and game play.
00:00 - 7:19 Welcome To The #AskASoccerPro Show Ep 87!
7:20 - 9:39 Advice on how to handle not being with a team, and what to do to stay in shape? @tony_aliji
9:40 - 11:23 How are your new teammates? @pgsports
11:24 - 12:22 When to dribble and when to pass in a game? @sageofdbz
12:23 - 13:41 How to stand out against big players? @yojxrdan
13:42 - 16:51 Get your teammates on the live? @theoneknownasanthony
16:51 - 17:54 Tips For transitioning to midfield?
17:54 - 19:05 Tips on how to standout from other players in your age group? @sageofdbz
23:05 - 24:02 How can I improve my passing when working on technique and practicing off the pitch isn’t working? @weston.benny
21:20 - 23:01 What is a good way to get to know my teammates after switching clubs? @joe.jackson11
25:01 - 26:59 When to go on a shoulder of a defender, and when to ask for a back to goal pass? @sageofdbz
27:00 - 28:11 How to overcome nerves when going to a new team? @therealeldin
28:41 - 29:49 What is the best way to adapt to your teammates playing style when its the first time playing with them? @_pogbajunior
30:35 - 31:23 Where can I find good at home training drills? @weston.benny
31:29 - 32:41 Tops for balancing school and sports? @matteus_anderson
33:05 - 34:56 What was your GPA in high school? @fernandinho._30
34:57 - 35:51 How do you communicate when you are running in to make sure your winger does not cross into your area when making a decoy run? @sageofdbz
35:51 - 40:05 How much do Perfect Soccer mini balls cost?
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Quincy Amarikwa (00:00):
We're all here to ride the MSL waves. He mentioned the strength lead. I'd like to welcome you to another episode of the hashtag ask eight soccer approach. Yeah. What a power play? Connor Johnson. Just your door. What's going on? Lucas. Can you guys hear me? All right? Yes. Ma'am if you can hear me okay. I'm in your head. Do you know? What's good? I G dot wave. Yes, sir. Yes, sir. Uh, Popa drop time in your head. Emoji G R I E Z. I underscore 21 bucks in Hong Kong Connor. Hey, it's 2:00 AM in England. They're always joining in. What's going on guys. As you guys know, I'm signed with the Las Vegas, we're currently traveling to our game to Phoenix or stop it on the bus to pick up some food and stuff, but you guys know where we're at. We go live every Thursday, 6:00 PM.
Quincy Amarikwa (01:19):
PST 9:00 PM. PST for the hashtag ask eight soccer show, episode 88. I think we're episode 88. You know, shout out Tony dropping in I'm Indiana emojis. Joe Jackson drop them in here. [inaudible] and emoji IgG wave drop it in the, I mean, you're at emojis. Like I said, I believe my dad played the human DC. Who is your dad? A soul level. Welcome, Steve. What's going on? McNasty what's up. What's up. Uh, you guys know is every, every Thursday, 6:00 PM PST 9:00 PM. EST is your opportunity to talk to a 12 year old professional soccer player, Quincy Marin boy, that is me. Your host of the show. We break down the AKA the mental strength league, the game where you are, they're an active participant or you're steady getting played. And we are here to develop the mindset to help you accomplish your goals both on and off the field.
Quincy Amarikwa (02:19):
I'm happy to see everybody joining in on the lives and, uh, letting me know how you do it. And as always drop your questions in the chat box, as well as participate in the community. As we see everyone see dropping by today's episode and, uh, get some questions answered, Timmy, pay gas, will there be a special 100 episode? I feel like there needs to be a, I haven't actually sat down to plan it out yet, but it is quickly approaching. So what did he get on that? You guys have any ideas of what we should do for the hundredth episode. I'm open. I'm open to hear that, having a little stupid ideas. That would be pretty fun, but I'd love to hear what you guys are thinking. Especially those of you who have been on board for quite some time, two years into this to get wings or Kevin Connor said, good luck. That'd be very much appreciated. Tony asks, when is the Gable? It's Friday at seven o'clock. Seven or seven 30. Yeah. [inaudible]
Quincy Amarikwa (03:27):
where are we going? We're going to Phoenix, Phoenix the night before the game. Connor said I'm watching the NFL in Quincy as often. So I think we're on the we're on the bus as well as you guys are watching the, the Lakers Houston game, it looks like Lakers or sweep as new to Houston right now, PCG seven, Jordan, what's going on Paul drop nine. And you had emojis, Paul, thanks for connecting me with your friend. I just, uh, I had an interview with him yesterday. Good talks, good vibes. [inaudible] call him up and tell them he plays to come join on, on the live so we can break down his mortality for everybody even change and every other game. And if not, then you guys can just keep getting that free rent. We're still giving it out. And we always would be free. We've been a bit developing, developing a lot of the mental space.
Quincy Amarikwa (04:33):
There's got skyscrapers. We just built some office space. So if you guys are looking for some great office space immunity centers, building some community centers, and then he did some mini pitches to talk to the U S soccer fans about, uh, about getting some mini pitches built in his mind. I've actually got a coffee. He said, uh, speaking of mini pitches, some news happy, announced our partnership with us soccer foundation. It must go lighting. So PPC black players for change. You guys know, uh, Sam on the executive board and cofounder of the organization, but I have been tasked with, uh, with, uh, relationships and strategic partnerships. And I'm just really happy to announce the most recent partnership with us soccer foundation, building some mini pitches in, in many local communities. And it's the first of many future, uh, fields that will be built, um, across the U S and hopefully, um, eventually, um, Canada or Canada, as well as international campus national, but across, across the pond as well.
Quincy Amarikwa (05:46):
A new context, Dylan say, what's he? How about Cod? I got to get myself. It's a concert, definitely got to get myself a console, but let's see if you got better. There you go. So yes, more than a million dollars would pledged to create 12 mini pitches honoring black players for change and more so just the, the coming out, uh, of, of the organization. So I'm excited for that. It's going to be really dope. A lot of great people over at us soccer foundation, as well as muscular bodies. And yeah. Um, I think I know they're there. They're ready to hit the ground running, which means they're leaving more news shared here, hopefully in the next week or two Connor said gets lots on an Rudy on number 100 Debby note. That'd be, that would be fun. That'd be a fun episode. Maybe speak it into existence. The one known as Anthony what's going on.
Quincy Amarikwa (06:41):
Welcome. Connor said EPL starts on Saturday, right? K O L B K L said the mini pitch deal is huge. Yes, it is. I'm really happy that we are able to [inaudible]. Yeah, lots and lots of marches going on in the background. We're just gonna go into bringing this to fruition. So we should be breaking ground here soon and announcing where the first pitch has been made. So let's see what we got here. So that's, what's been going on and the news side underscore a L I G I S Hey Quincy, do you have any advice on how to handle, not playing for a team and what to do to stay in shape? Yeah. So when you are not playing, it can be because to have the level, you need to be, to have an opportunity to play, but it could also be that, um, you are at the level, but you're not getting your opportunity.
Quincy Amarikwa (07:55):
So I think regardless of the reasoning, your focus needs to be on doing things that, you know, you need to, to be prepared if, and when your opportunity comes. And that can be very difficult to do because that's really the mint, the mental side, that's the mentality side of the game. And, uh, for those of you who have aspirations to play at the professional level, there's going to be a lot of ups and downs and how you respond to the downs is going to dictate how high and how far you get and how good the ups will be. So I think a focus in, on doing what, you know, you can do consistently, regardless of if you play or don't play, because if you can do that, then, then you won't write too high. You want it right too. And I think that's important in order to maintain, maintain that and just get to a high level of consistent work over a long duration of time.
Quincy Amarikwa (09:00):
A lot of you guys have heard of before exponential thinking linear versus exponential small amounts of effort over time, yield, massive results, just like this, this deal that I I'm talking to you guys about, as well as my career, it was built, you know, one step at a time, one brick at a time and consistently laying bricks and over a long duration of time, you'll have a huge wall. Um, and, uh, you'll, you'll have something, but, uh, but you won't, if you take days off and you don't, you don't stay consistent. So, um, build at a pace that won't burn you out blindly, like make a PG sports, ask, how are your new teammates? It's a good group of guys from getting to, I'm getting to learn everybody, their style of play, what they, what they like, what they don't like, um, how it works here, culture in the locker room, culture of, uh, Las Vegas.
Quincy Amarikwa (10:01):
Um, and then just getting into the communication flow and how things work here. That's always a learning process and something that takes time. But I, I think I do a pretty good job of figuring that out pretty quickly. So I'm happy with where I'm at, but I'm focused on providing value to the team and hopefully making a big impact here. Um, uh, Jordan asks where I am, uh, uh, we're on the, on the bus, traveling to Phoenix. We just got into Phoenix, uh, on our way to the hotel now. So going to, I'm not sure how far away we are from the hotel, so we'll just keep going live until we get there. And, um, maybe once, once I get settled in, I can just sit in the lobby or something and hopefully have the rest of the episode, or we'll have a short episode today.
Quincy Amarikwa (11:01):
So make sure you guys get your questions in, uh, one note, as Anthony said, time to multitask and listen in while weightlifting like that, leverage productivity, uh, Tony said, appreciate the advice once you've of course, thanks for the question and joining in, uh, at, uh, Sage of TBZ as advice on when to triple in, when to pass in the game, that's a heavy one, cause that really is a situation specific. And like what system of layer in and what the coaches expectation of you is and what position you're on on the field. I would say, I'd say rule of thumb passing is always the first option you want to look for because the ball moves faster than you ever will. And then, uh, if your focus is trying to avoid ever having to dribble, I think you'll learn the tactical and spatial awareness side of the game that will give you more opportunities to have successful journeys, which is what I think every player wants to do.
Quincy Amarikwa (12:11):
Every play wants to be an awesome dribbler cause it's funner. It's more fun. Um, soccer dad for live what's going on. Um, uh, Jordan as how can smaller players stand out with playing with bigger players, uh, playing smarter, being more spatially aware, tactically aware and, um, avoiding physical confrontations. I think that's what smaller centers should, should tend to do because the physicality is not necessarily your strength. If it's not gonna, those are your situations. You're not going to want to get yourself into. I fear that there's only a court hearing since the Bieber asked, are you on the train? Nowhere on a bus hotel. So be unloading here soon. The DeLuca what's up, Tony said his junior Burgos on the team. Yes. Junior, junior, junior suicide. They're asking where you're at bro. The followers on perfect soccer. They said junior on the team. So that's it. But in the back, there you go. I'm better first touch in mostly one touch. Yes.
Quincy Amarikwa (13:41):
Uh, one known as Anthony asked, consider getting your teammates on Las Vegas on the live stream yet. Well, there we go. We just, that was the first introduction. One of my teammates. So we'll probably be setting up so we can do some more stuff with them here. Susan, happy to have them on and maybe, uh, talk to them about their experience so far here with the team. And what's been going on. Tony said, I remember him from the year cosmos. Uh, what's the alright, so about to unload the bus guys. So you'll have to excuse me for a minute while we get this going. Let's see. As the questions. No, I've got a game tomorrow night. We just got to town
Quincy Amarikwa (14:52):
Today. Let's go on Shannon to get the perfect soccer face Mack and the one that says Quincy time on it. Yeah. I got to get working on that. Definitely got to get working on that. It's grabbing her stuff up, sit down in the lobby. So, you know, you guys getting that exclusive access, like I said, we always go alive. Same time, no matter what and make it work. But yeah, as you guys wait to see what's going on here in the lobby, there's stuff, you guys have questions, drop them in the chat box. I'll have a seat over here and then start getting to them as I'm blowing positioning into playing more midfield. Um, that's a position where you need to have a lot more vision and because if you don't, you can get punished pretty fast. So doing a lot of, uh, doing a lot of work, doing a lot of work that forces you to take really good tight touches so that you can maximize the time that you have when you're on the ball. How's the, uh, connection is the connection. All right, guys, spam that heart button. If you can hear me. All right. Uh, Sage of DVC as any, any advice for young
Quincy Amarikwa (17:51):
Bird. Okay. Any advice for young players to stand out from other players in age group? I remember you said something about providing the staff with something other players can, what is an example of this? Um, I think with what you were referencing, what I was talking about was how you could potentially do internship work in assistant work for the coach, the assistant coach, uh, technical staff. So you can kind of give yourself the ability to create more opportunities to build relationships, build connections and in your context. So that would be one way to do that. Another way would be treating a custom soccer CD. You guys, very easy to navigate that has your best moments and highlights as well as a breakdown of who you are and what your goals are. And then when you're sending that to coaches, either emailing it to them, sending it to them through LinkedIn or any other platform, giving context specific to them, their team and what they're doing and how they're wanting to accomplish things so that it's not just like a cut copy and paste. Nobody just wants to standard the same standard message sent to them over and over. Um, the time in Phoenix right now, it is six 19.
Quincy Amarikwa (19:14):
It's making me think if I'm did I go too early? I don't think I went too early. We had an hour it's 6:00 PM. PST 9:00 PM EST, but, uh, Six here in Phoenix. Okay. Thank you. Cool. So got my, But hold on, let me get my food. Perfect. Thank you very much. We'll try students. All right. Thank you. What did you order? My food. Okay. Yeah. So Maybe my phone hasn't adjusted. It's probably seven 20 over here. Right? I feel like we're an hour and a half hour ahead over here, Um, in Phoenix, but I could be wrong. Let's see,
Quincy Amarikwa (20:46):
Western, uh, Benny said I'm on a club team and I'm just not able to make good passes and good and good, no matter how hard I work on my technique at home. Um, can you give me a breakdown of what you define as working hard? So like what are you doing on your own to improve? So let me see, break down and don't lie, break down exactly what you do and for how long you've been doing it for. So we can get an understanding of if that's actually true or not.
Quincy Amarikwa (21:20):
Joe Jackson said I am, I'm a more introverted person. So what do you think would be a good way to get to know my new teammates since I just moved clubs? Oh,
Quincy Amarikwa (21:34):
I think it would be a good way to get to know my teammates since I just moved clubs. Um, I can understand, you know, the difficulty of, uh, being an introvert, um, and wanting to like make new friends or making new connections on the team. I think a good place to start is to, to pay attention, to see like what games do the guys play on their own, um, guys or girls plan their own amongst each other. What are their interests? Like for instance, you just saw, you know, guys were watching the NBA games right now. So if you know something about that, asking some questions about that, um, trying to find something of common interest that you feel comfortable engaging with people in. If you, if, if, if there's nothing that you feel comfortable with then, um, then that can be a little bit more tricky because now you're, you're hoping that other people kind of reach out to you and connect with you, but all you really need is just one person. And then from there you can kind of build and grow. So I would encourage you to kind of step outside your comfort zone a little bit, even if you are interviewed hurted and, um, and, uh, try to build a relationship or connection with, um, with someone, um, on the team and kind of go from there.
Quincy Amarikwa (23:05):
Let's see. Let's see.
Quincy Amarikwa (23:11):
Okay. So Western said wall passing, mostly like practicing, turning and stuff. Yeah. But how many reps, how many hours a day? How many weeks have you been doing it for? Um, my guess is you're not doing enough work because if you were, I think you would be able to tell you, you would already be wanting to tell me that immediately. I do this many drills. I do this often. I do it this long and this, um, this frequently, and I don't see it because of this, this and that. If, if you're not able to provide that kind of information, then chances are, you're not doing enough. Um, which is why you not getting better?
Quincy Amarikwa (24:04):
Uh, polka junior said, I'm, I'm an introvert and extrovert, but mainly introvert because I like staying to myself. So what you're saying does work for me. Okay, cool. Um, yeah, I think most people would consider me an extrovert, but if I had the choice, I'd be an introvert. I like, I prefer to be quiet and kind of sit to the, uh, I prefer to be quiet and kind of sit and chill, but I also understand the value in being personable and speaking people and drilling connections and stuff. Um, being extrovert extroverted, uh, speeds up the process in which you can connect with people and, and, um, build relationships. So that is an advantage of an extrovert, but also a disadvantage of an extrovert is introverts, uh, might not be too keen to those that might turn them off. So finding the balances is a skill that takes time to develop over time.
Quincy Amarikwa (25:04):
Let's see, uh, Sage, a DVC as, um, as a striker. When do you put yourself on the shoulder of the defender and when do you ask it with your back tool? Ooh. Okay. I tend to put myself on the shoulder of the defender when the ball is on the opposite side of the field. That way I'm out of the line of sight of the defender and the ball. So I tend to want to, um, start behind the defender. And then when I see the opportunity to move into space and receive the ball, then, then come off of the blind side of the defender to create as much time and space for myself. Um, I, with back to goal that tends to be at the top of the 18, when we've, we've built into the, uh, the final third of the field. And then I can be an outlet for wall pass for midfielders when they're trying to cut in and I'm going on goal.
Quincy Amarikwa (26:26):
Let's see. Yes. If I, uh, I like the question, we'll have to table that one. Let's ask, ask that one next week. So when I've got more time to sit down and, and dive deep into that one, but that's it, that's a good one. I'd like to answer that later. Let's see. Fernandino dropping the I'm in your head emoji what's up? Yo. Um, okay. The real, the R E L E L D I N said, um, I'm joining a new team tomorrow and I don't know anyone on the team, any advice to overcome being nervous. Um, yeah, I think, I think spend a little bit of time thinking about why you're nervous. Like what is making you nervous? You're S you're scared that you're not gonna perform well, that you're going to make yourself look dumb. You're going to say something embarrassing, like whatever it is, visualize you doing that and just think through it and then realize that that's okay. And if it happens, you'll be fine.
Quincy Amarikwa (27:42):
Think about all the other times that you made a mistake or you did something embarrassing or something that you thought was stupid and think about how now it doesn't affect you or bother you, or it doesn't impact what you're doing here in this moment and realize that, you know, that nervousness will pass and it's part of the process and it's natural and normal. And I think once you get to that space, the nerves tend to go away. Yeah. I'm staring at my food. I'm hungry, I'm hungry. I got some shrimp Alfredo pasta. And if the questions are going to be coming in slow, thank you very much. We might call the episode early. Um, so if you guys got questions, make sure you're dropping them in now. Cause this food is calling me a Pablo jr. Asked what's the best way to adapt to your teammates playing style when it's the first time playing with them?
Quincy Amarikwa (28:53):
Uh, this, this is good. I was just talking about this with a couple of my teammates while driving, while driving here. Um, uh, the way in which I go about doing it is I look at the player that I'm with. And I try to think about the players in the past. I've played with who have similar styles, what they like and what they don't like. And then I start there and then from there I worked there, Oh, there you go. Good. What's going on, brother? Good. How are you? Um, so that's where I start. And then from there I can then connect with my teammates and ask them what they do or don't like about the positioning. So I'm in or where I could be or how better I can help, um, uh, create space for them or get the ball back to them or, and, and others. So I'll start with the highest level player that I played with in the past, who has a similar style and then, um, adjust, adjust to their
Quincy Amarikwa (29:53):
Uh, Mateus said, what up?
Quincy Amarikwa (30:00):
Fernandino asked, have you played for your first game in Las Vegas yet? Yeah, I got in like the last 15 minutes of the game last week.
Quincy Amarikwa (30:07):
Um, could we play, man? I can't even remember the name of the team,
Quincy Amarikwa (30:18):
Whatever. See, I can't remember the name of the team. Um, let's see. But yeah, that's how you do that. So That
Quincy Amarikwa (30:35):
Western asked, where can I find a good, uh, good at home training drills? If it's just me with limited resources? Well, uh, head over to perfect soccer skills.com/login account, create yourself a free perfect soccer team membership account, and you'll get access to one full free week of be pro weekly by perfect soccer. So Ryan mash puts together this programs, um, that are great programs that you can do at home on your own. That should greatly increase your, your technical, your technical ability. And then there's also integrated mentality training and some tactics stuff from our previous, uh, tactical Tuesday episodes. So, um, we're working on pooling all that stuff together, which is, which is pretty dope.
Quincy Amarikwa (31:30):
Mateus underscore Anderson asks any good tips for balancing school and sports. Yeah, I, the first tip is you have a lot more time than you believe you do, and it really comes down to if you're committed to making it work or not. Um, I know a lot of student athletes tend to make the excuse that, you know, they've got a lot going on in schools a lot and it's demanding and stuff and school is and can be demanding, but, um, if you manage your time better, you can definitely make it work. There are a lot of people who've done a lot more with a lot less time and resources. So, um, you are not to make any excuses as to you not being able to make it, to make it work and a resource that you could use that could help in managing that is perfect soccer skills.com/time. T I M E um, go ahead and, and get the time management training that I put together. Um, that's a training that I've, I've put several pro players through to get them on track of being more productive with their time. So if it works for the pros, it definitely can work for you.
Quincy Amarikwa (32:43):
A Sage at DVC said how to get on the end of crosses and beat your defender. Um, timing, timing, and, um, uh, entering the space as the ball out, surviving, not getting there too early and not, um, getting there too late, keeping it simple podcast. What's going on, guys? What up, what up lobby theme. Let's see, what else we got here? Uh, Fernandina asked, what was your GPA going out of high school? I want to say 3.8, but it could have been 3.6. Let's go with 3.6. It's better to, uh, under promise and over deliver than over promise and under deliver. I think there's at least 3.6, but I feel like there's three points. Um, but I haven't, no, one's asked me that question in a long time, um, schools or has got to that drill, uh, keeping a simple podcast as how's the new club.
Quincy Amarikwa (34:18):
It's good. Um, getting, getting tuned in and dialed in with the guys here and figuring out how best to work with the team and the players and the culture here. So it's been, it's been fun. Uh, Connor McCormick said Memphis nine one beat North Carolina, two to three, um, uh, Aquin. I came more place for North Carolina, I believe yet. He's with North Carolina now. So there you go. Uh, and you're saying they beat them so unfortunate for him. He got the L um, how do you communicate when you are running in to make sure your winger doesn't cross to the area in which you were making a DK run, for example. Okay. So that's something you have to get on the same page with your winger before the game, um, preferably before the game. Um, and that's kind of your communication getting on the same page, so you can let them know, Hey, I like to make a first decoy run and then create space on the back post or make it fake onto the back post and then come across to the near posts. So that's communication that you want to have beforehand so that you can then find a way to get in sync in the game. And then, um, you can have hand signals that you put up, um, that showcases what you're going to do. Um, but that comes down to like chemistry and the connection you build with your teammates.
Quincy Amarikwa (35:51):
But yeah, but yeah, everybody I'm gonna, I'll be on here for five more minutes. We're gonna, we're gonna just do 40 minutes for today's episode. Um, so for those of you who still have questions, you've got five more minutes before we're going to call it a a day so I can hear, Oh yeah. Um, toter made a, uh, a dope gift that I was trying to share tonight, but I didn't download the gift fully, but Jesse. Okay. So, so you guys could see the mini balls are ready to go. So if you haven't, what's going on, Jen. Um, if you guys haven't already head over to perfect soccer skills.com/store, get yourself a perfect soccer mini ball. Uh, we've got a promo going for them, just five bucks. Um, so I don't know if we'll keep that price forever, but I want, and we want to get more people playing the game and having fun and more focused on the, on the, uh, on the passion side of perfect soccer. So, um, if, uh, if you guys are wanting one of the mini balls, make sure you hit over there. I grabbed yourself one, like I said, they're five bucks. Um, what else was it? I think, yeah.
Quincy Amarikwa (37:35):
Oh yeah. This was the gifts. This was the gift that towed or I'd made, but I only downloaded the picture, so I don't have the whole thing, unfortunately, meaningful. Uh, so we can more pictures they're here seeing testing that quality. So we're looking forward to that. Yeah. Fernandino asked 30. What's the price point of that? Yeah. Uh, five, five books think $9 for shipping anywhere in the U S anywhere in the U S I think we we've got set up for international shipping, but that's contingent upon where you're located. And then for every ball above the first one. So the first ball is nine bucks anywhere. Cause you know, you gotta pick pack and ship wherever, but then every, everyone you add to your order after that, it's all like two, two bucks added on for shipping and handling for that. So yeah. All right.
Quincy Amarikwa (38:37):
It looks like, yeah, it looks like the questions have kind of died down. So yeah, no, we'll call it today an episode. I appreciate it. Everybody who joined in as always, we go live every Thursday, 6:00 PM, PST 9:00 PM EST. I'm happy to see everybody joined in and looking forward to planning more for episode 100. So we'll keep, keep thinking about that. And uh, and yeah. Um, Joe Jackson have a good meal. Quincy have a great week and good luck with your game. Thank you very much. I really appreciate that drop down. And you had emojis. Um, thanks everybody who joined in on the live. I'll see everybody here next week. Same time, same place. Um, Sage DBZ. Thank you pussy. Of course. Thanks for stopping by. Thank you guys. Really appreciate it. Um, I will see everybody here next Thursday and uh, come ready with those questions. Uh, thanks, Jim. I'll see you guys for an in Fernandina. Thanks for stopping by I'm in your head, but jr. What's going on? Thanks to you guys.